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collect 3 rukas for a big house, 2 rW:as for a small one, and
1 ruka for a shop per year. We have remitted for ever vetti,
koltamx (fr"/«««)f gaJda (khaddayam^, Mnike, and all other
dues. Akatrfi, menu, zamili-gutia and peccu-gutta we have
remitted in favour of the talari. We have also remitted the
fines on adultery.

Inscription at KrasTtr, SellanihGndu Pargana, : L. /?. 12, pp. 268-69.
£04(a).   YENKATA II.


Vira Venkatapatiraya, ^ho succeeded Sriranga, being
desirous of renovating1 the agrahara established by his ancestor,
Ramacandraraya, granted the lands of the defunct agrahara of
Ramacandrapuram to Vellala Venkatasomayajulu on £. S. 1511
Virodhi, Bhadrapada su 12 (Aug.— Sept. 1539 A.D.) ; but after
the death of Venkatapatiraya, the Hande chief occupied the
fort and posted a garrison.

of Ptda-Pasupula : L. A 9, pp. 177 f.
Many of the Ksatriyas who were cultivating the fields
defied the Brahman land-owners, and troubled them otherwise.
The Brahmans were too weak to protect themselves ; and as
the kingdom of the Rayas disappeared, there was none to
listen to their complaints. Therefore, they were obliged to
migrate to other places, abandoning their native village. The
Ksatriya farmers, having taken shelter under the Haude chief,
joined the neighbouring palaigars, busied themselves in
plundering the villages. The village of Peda-Pasupula
remained in the possession of the Hande chiefs until
£. S. 1574: Nandana, when the country passed into the hands
of the Mnhammadans, The Mussalman officers dispersed the
garrison of the Hande chief, and confiscated the village.
Ibid, pp. 183-187.
Timma was born of the Yi§mivardhaiia-.§ro£ ra in the fourth
His ISOICL wasSinga who begot Timma, Madajta,